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Harry RevierThe Lost City - Chapter 8 (1935)

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Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial.

This movie is part of the collection: Short Format Films

Director: Harry Revier
Producer: Sherman S. Krellberg
Production Company: Super Serial Productions Inc.
Audio/Visual: sound, b/w
Keywords: Serial; Cliffhanger; The Lost City

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Reviewer: MrCreepers - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - June 1, 2009
Subject: MrCreepers Reporting!!!
Well folks this here movie is worth its weight ib gold to the viewer. It has a little sumpin for every one. But the best bits are no doubt the giant silverbacks and the scene where all the Geeta's line up so Dr. Magnus can make em into white folk, hilarious!!! Also for the voyeur out there in movie watchin land, the character Natcha who is Dr. Magnus's daughter is quite the 30's dreamboat with that weighty, chunky sexy 30's vogue body of hers. She has got a rear end only a true sodomite could love and she wiggles it good thru all the movie. They should have renamed the movie tho to "Attack of the Giant Watermelon eaters" or 'Natcha does Afreaka; cause you know she is just dying to hvae one of them Giant Porchmonkeys in the ole sackaroo! But its the uncircumsized Butterfield who really makes the show with his wicked ways. there is also a hint of incestual ways as Dr.Magnus in seversl scenes wantonely strokes the ample hindquarters of his daughter Natcha rather casually as the others querying stare at him wishing they could grab a handful too. I give it 5 stars for its everlasting comedy

Reviewer: horseandcarriage - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - March 3, 2008
Subject: It is what it is
I enjoyed this film and like to watch old films in general. They're usually much more interesting and entertaining than the modern junk. As an aside, I am able to place them in their historical context. I find no need to apologize for enjoying them. Who knows? Those of the future, hopefully more enlightened than our generations, may watch our modern films and condemn our age for its shallowness, decadence, and sickening violence. In our ways, we of the modern world are just as barbaric and vile as any who have gone before. Any smug self-righteousness is delusional.

Reviewer: hal2k - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - March 3, 2006
Subject: Astonishing Racism
It has been pointed out in earlier commentary on other episodes in this series that one of the prevalent threads is overt racism, but Chapter 8 is the most astonishing example of this.

In this chapter, Dr. Manyus (benevolent/evil scientist) transforms black natives into white natives. The commentary that goes with this process is amazing, I won't spoil it for you. How far we have come, how far we have to go.